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Find things to do with friends or meet up with new ones, show off, like or dislike photos, and become the hottest thing happening just now.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Mobile
  • Location Lebanon, NJ, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2012
  • Employees 3
  • Website

Company Summary

iJust is a mobile software app, for smartphones and tablets, that motivates people to experience real life by seeing what’s going on around them and who’s near them right now. We want people to enjoy life as it’s happening by meeting new people and trying new things, but overall to get out of the online world and into the real one. Our motto is: “iJust did it” and we want other people to do it with us … and show it off to the world!


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    John Saya
    Founder and CEO

    John is responsible for setting iJust's strategic direction and overseeing application development and support. His secondary responsibilities include Human Resources and Financial oversight. He has been involved in many aspects of technology, including development, hosting, graphic design, and project management.

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    Miriam Neshewat
    VP Business Development and Marketing

    Miriam is responsible for application branding, promotion and marketing. She is also primarily focused on optimizing the user experience. Her secondary responsibilities include partner relationships and Human Resources. Miriam’s entrepreneurial passion for business and technology has led to several roles including VP; eCommerce & Business Promotion, and Director of Business Development for Vitamin Shoppe Industries (VSI), and several others.

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    Patrick O'Dell
    General Manager

    Pat is responsible for general business management, partner relationships and fiscal management. His secondary responsibilities include promotion and optimizing customer experience. Pat has been in the technology field since 1987 starting with EMC Corporation as a trainee/telemarketer straight out of college. He had multiple roles at EMC, including managing EMC's largest clients: AT&T and Citi.